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‘Champion of underachieving men everywhere’ coming to Sid

Red Green (aka Steve Smith) will come to the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay on Sept. 20

He’s back!

Red Green, North America’s champion of underachieving men everywhere, returns to the stage with a brand new one-man show How To Do Everything (From the Man who should know).

He comes to the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay on Sept. 20.

Red Green (aka Steve Smith) had an amazing run in Canada in 2011 and in the U.S. in 2012,  playing to sold-out houses and garnering rave reviews.

“People laughed so hard, some of their faces were still a little red during intermission and after the show ended … it was uplifting and very memorable to see the crowds give Red Green not one, but many standing ovations.” (Washington State review)

Beginning Sept. 15, the How To Do Everything Tour will go from coast to coast in Canada before heading south of the 49th, crossing the U.S. in the spring of 2014.

This is a rare opportunity to be the first in North America to get advice from one of Canada’s own, as Red Green proves once again that there are no limits to his lack of specialized knowledge.

This fall will also see the release of Red Green’s Beginner’s Guide To Women (For Men Who Don’t Read Instructions), his third book for Random House.

For ticket information, visit www.sidwilliamstheatre.com, phone 250.338.2430, ext. 1 or visit the box office at 442 Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay.

— Palmer Publicity Ink. Ltd

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